Moms may have to deal with a major baby poop problem soon. An explosion at a Japanese chemical plant, which is operated by Nippon Shokubai Co., one of the largest producers of acrylic acid, a primary ingredient used in disposable diapers, has the spectre of a global diaper shortage . An explosion at a Japanese […]
Princess Diana took to the world stage in a blaze of white taffeta, as a 19-year-old bride trailed by two tiny attendants. The trumpets that blared on the morning of her wedding on July 29, 1981 did more than mark her arrival at St.
A blaze at a Puerto Rico oil storage facility continued to rage out of control early Sunday, sending thick black smoke into the air and forcing at least 1,500 people out of their homes.
Weary firefighters labored into the early Tuesday, hacking away at bone-dry tree limbs and laying down fire retardant as they tried to beat back a 6-day-old blaze in Southern California.
Pakistani forces in the last month foiled a planned attack on the parliament building, the intelligence agency and other federal institutions, the country’s interior minister told CNN Sunday. More than 600 firefighters and soldiers — aided by residents — used whatever was at their disposal to bring the blaze under control as the flames inched closer to the capital from the northeast edges of the city
Weary but determined, crews battled to save homes as fires tore through suburb after suburb around Athens for a third day Sunday. More than 600 firefighters and soldiers — aided by residents — used whatever was at their disposal to bring the blaze under control as the flames inched closer to the capital from the northeast edges of the city.
Thousands of residents fled ahead of a raging wildfire near northern California’s Santa Cruz Mountains, and one man said he had an "ominous feeling" as ashes descended on him.
Parents in northern Mexico on Sunday began to bury the children who died in a horrific day-care fire as Mexican authorities raised the death toll from the blaze to 41.
A wildfire that has engulfed dozens of homes and displaced thousands of people kept roaring in Southern California late Friday, scorching about 8,600 acres, fire officials said. “We have a lot of resources on the line — our folks are working their hearts out,” Joe Waterman of the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection told reporters.
A wind-whipped wildfire raged on Thursday evening, scorching more than 2,700 acres in California, forcing more than 12,000 Santa Barbara County residents to evacuate, and damaged or destroyed at least 75 homes. The fire, which started Tuesday, had engulfed mansions in the coastal community’s foothills.